The first book to fully explore the emergence of grassroots Green politics in the US, first published in 1987, and revised in 1992.
"Brian Tokar has given us the best introduction I have seen to the emerging Green alternative. Without minimizing the problems or romanticizing the Greens, he presents a vision that gives us hope for the future." — Dave Dellinger
"At long last we have a book that provides a truly insightful, well-written and comprehensive account of the Green movement generally and particularly in North America. It is an indispensable introduction to the movement and its ideas." — Murray Bookchin, Director Emeritus, Institute for Social Ecology
"The best American book yet about this promising sociopolitical development." — ABA Booklist